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... to give me directions, and b.) my ability to understand what they were saying.
I am proud to say that I was able to get myself to and from the locations I needed to go to today without ever asking for directions or pulling out a map! (sorry if that scared you a little, mom and dad!). I do owe a big thanks to Google Maps, since I was able to virtually "walk" the distance of where I need to go beforehand, and I'm super glad I visited Madrid for two days back in ...
... was over and absolutely
love it. Two other girls got tattoos after me, although I was proud of myself
because I took the initiative to find the place, book the appointment, and go
first… and it was not an impulse decision. After the tattoo me and tamar went
to KFC. Not only were we both starving but I felt like I deserved a reward
after my courageous moment. I had the best 2 euro chicken sandwhich of my life.
After our snack we went back to the tattoo shop to see ...
After our short train ride to Madrid we caught a taxi to our hostel. By this stage our bags were extremely full and there was no way we were walking through Madrid with them all!
Our hostel turned out to be one of the Palace, the common area was a beautiful enclosed courtyard with extreme detailed tiles. A little fancy for a hostel!
Once we were settled most of the sunlight was gone. We decided to possibly do the pub crawl the ...
... this is a stunning gallery and it is a luxury to experience it, it is a luxury to swan around and make these judgements. No complaints. Finally, having used up our willingness to see and understand, we exited into the beautiful small square in front and admired the eight floors of apartments that faced the square.
We walked off to the massive Parque del Buen Retiro (Park of Pleasant Retreat), 350 acres of parkland, existing ...
Today we had an early start at 4am to catch a 5am train from Clapham junction to Gatwick Airport for our flight to Madrid. The airport system in London is pretty smooth. To catch a international flight we didn't even have to speak to anyone. Self check in and bag drop, followed by an automated customs and then trough to the plane- Australia really need to crack onto that idea. The flight was pretty easy, it's only 2 hours ...